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movement -- sort of salles journalists not learning. that is to say, what -- if it bleeds it leaves, that is the same folks skirmish of the edge of a crowd where some people are arrested and some ugliness breaks out between the copps and some demonstrators. it's a bigger story than, let's say 20,000 people on the street as we saw -- actually, as i saw that most americans didn't see because they couldn't be troubled to put a camera of overhead and shoot the crowd. a lot of trivialization over the more exotic people, more for the photogenic attention. the shadow coverage in general was the norma. there were exhibitions come important ones, and in the 60's a lot of journalists why is up as they came to appreciate that a social movement should not be expected to behave like and executive committee or a directors. it's strange and more unpredictable. it needs to be addressed on its own trains. so journalism isn't always scrambling to get what doesn't meet the high. what doesn't fit the formula, but doesn't fit the stereotype, and i think once again its unscrambling. so they didn't unders
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in matagorda bay of the 17th century flench explorer la salle and the vessel la belle. this is only the second time anything like this has been done. one of our partners is the state of maryland, state highway administration. they do coffer dams all the time. however, they don't normally do them for archaeological projects. they do them for bridge repair and abutments and there is innovative engineering going into the project. state highway administration has been in the lead with that as well, but we think that we will be able to put the steel coffer dam around the site, have six months to excavate the site, remove the steel coffer dam, rebury the wreck and take all of the information and data back for conservation and for research and for write up and hopefully have things for exhibit during 2014 while the commemoration is still going on. we also think with our partners maryland national capital parts and planning that they're going to assist in bringing people out to the site so that we can have regular tours and visits to the site and explaining what's going on and what's being found and o
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from them. well, his campaign spokeswoman, ann degree yaw sall released this statement today. governor romney left bain capital in february of 1999 to run the olympics and had no input on investments or management of the companies after that point. another campaign aide told politico romney wasn't involved in any investment decisions. he was on the sec filings because he was still technically the owner, but just hadn't transferred owner ship to the other partners. well, history paints a very different picture. david corn of mother jones uncovered a february 1999 "boston herald" report about romney leaving for olympics. romney said he will stay on as part-timer with bain, providing input on investment and key personnel decisions. well, in july of 1999, romney was identified as the boss in a bain press release about the departure of two executives. bain capital ceow. -- willard, that means. mitt romney currently on part-time leave of absence to head the salt lake city olympic committee for the 2002 games. while we will miss jeff and mark, we wish them well. well, romney was on part-time
.s. diving trials, the freshman from de la salle qualified in the spring board. the ncaa champion won the three meter spring board title. both are considered serious medal contenders. >> she could be the greatest spring board diver of all time. >> we have competed at a lot of world meets at a high level. th is amazing, but this is like no other meet. >> after 2008 she quit diving and started working and experienced life outside the sport and then somewhere in the course of 9 to 10 months, the passion returned. >> i think always in the back of my mind there was an idea that might not be a real retirement. but it is amazing and it is a little surreal. on the one hand it is a dream i have had since i was 3. and the other i am living it right now. >> the practice and the dreams didn't stop by making it out of trials. we now go to the games also with some goals and some dreams. >> we wish them all well. that is your abc7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. rick con casino. >> thank you, colin. that's it for this edition of the abc news. i'm ama date. >> i'm alan wang. thank
communities. this is in a way if you look at the -- and salles at many polls done that in fact the jewish community has always been progress of the forefront always a majority of the jewish communities always supported the two state solution. this is often a post -- >> host: as a definition -- >> guest: as a reality. >> i'm talking about particular young. a pack doesn't speak for the jewish community. apec does not represent the jewish communities. there is no one community as we know the reality is coming in even barack obama has used a pack or has come as part of the special will impose of special-interest group as opposed to representing the liquid tide constituency and this is also i think the reason because the reality is whenever you take on dhaka dominant paradigm you need to create a counter constituency for peace. a constituency for peace that involves basically engagement and political capital educating american people that these are the costs and benefits of the peace process because if the educate not just the jewish community but i'm talking about a win-win that no one is try
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. the french had come initially with la salle and formed a series of committees many along the southern part of the mississippi between st. louis and what is now carol. there's also french settlement in what is now peoria. called peoria at the time. they had been there longer, other than the end interest. the next senior residents were indian tribes of the north and then the white settlers would come in, white and black settlers were coming from the south, can primary from tennessee and kentucky. is a risky note that if you were to draw a line across the present state of illinois, say running to the present springfield and decatur, south of that line, other than the indians on the wabash river there were virtually no indians who are in permanent residence. the indian tribes who are north of that line had come in from the north, had forced their way into kaskaskia, forced their way in by violence and taking land away from the illinois in the event had been a more than one or two generations, had so the really longer than the 1760s at the earliest. bill that passed through the state on many oc
northbound west san jose, and approaching 880. slower. >>> very salle -- -- let's go to steve. >>> thank you. san jose, dealing with fog. really cool readings. 44 outside of sonoma. 48 in forestville. it's tough to warm up when you are that cool without a north- northeast wind. some of them are up around 2,000 feet. thick fog, coast, bay, even some inlan locations. but sunny and warmer. the will really not get in on that. out yonder there in the back 40. snow na county hip, 47. enered. 51 san jose and over casts although speaking of him that's pretty good -- that's pretty cool. we'll go 8 a at noon -- we'll go 80 at noon. while it's not it's not even a record. there. it -- wheel it's not even a record there -- while it's not even a record there. 90s to 100s in the valley. over by the coast and bay, 50s, 60s and 70s. there will be a big difference in the temperatures today. keep an eye on your car thermometer today in the bay area it shue get all -- go all offer the places today. richmond 72. favorfield 97. 99 antioch. you hayward 77. 87, 88 you 6 -- 61 daly city. now, inland temperatures wil
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is that bad debt on them 880 salle bound is still on winding. it is still little the slow and that area where the >>darya: your we are about an hour away from the court hearing here when we can get our first look at of unmanned it was accused of opening fire in the movie theater >> 12 tivo were killed and 64 injured. the of bomb at -- president obama's stopped and expressed his condolences pin my main task is to serve as their representative for the entire company to let you know that we're all thinking about them at this moment and we will continue to think about them each and every day. >>darya: authorities believe that he was planning this for months in irian the was the rest of right outside the movie >> lot of law enforcement officials are saying that this is still the largest shooting by could be even in worse if they had done it was firing had not james. he had really gone to including a 70 automatic assault rifle pit his magazine chant and he had to switch to a castle. your court here is what happened the told them it was to be trapped in >> the police then today's rally over the b
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operations most of the army salles the officers of sunni and there are some officers that were affected also but what we have that makes the situation we don't have like what happened in yemen there is the fiction and the army what's happened is it is coming from the middle ranking revolt, and this is why the army is getting much bigger at the same time there is no safety zone or liberated area to organize itself and to its operation and much more organized way. what is done going back and forth in many areas many civilians many people have been killed by the army. manly the syrian army is as i said officers, colonel peery we have now three major generals, three of them in turkey and we have of course two weeks ago i visited and we have more than 1,192 colonels who deflected based in turkey but most effective of course that the colonels and the middle ranking officers stayed inside the country especially in the area in damascus. what is the state of the opposition? the state of the opposition last week the security council again failed to adopt any resolution to protect the civilians. when i
of those products because of how tight the corn supply s-all of those products could start to climb in price as well. >> and, put a target. where do you see corn prices going? >> well, what's interesting just this morning we've seen the market go to a new high. we have the september contract trading over $8. we got the more active december closing in on $8. we haven't seen this area before. now, you know, what happens in this sort of situation we get these short supply spikes, they usually don't last very long because demand starts to slow down. in the case of corn if we look at the major categories of demand they can blow up because there won't be any supplies to ship if this weather situation stays as it has for quite some time, forecasters not calling for any change at this point. this crop will keep getting smaller. price, people are talking about $9, $10, throw anything out there at this point because we've moved to a new area and only when demand completely shuts down does this come tumbling back down. >> it's too late to replant what you got is what you got and it will sling
and royalties goes to i think our education system is it not? >> i agree in fact i was speaking becerra salles the information in those secure rules act for one more year it's been in the west in the rural areas we want to be put to work. we want industry and jobs, we don't want government handouts. we want to put loggers back in the forest and cattle back on the land and manage those things within our state the way we want to do so. >> mr. shamley, i just -- i know you've got back from a conference on the west coast and you've got some amazing information do you not? do you want to share with us? >> one of the key things to note is there is a growing movement about academia, former employees of the agencies, and i am in full agreement of it. one of the long term fix is at the disposal of the forced back to the stage of the public land because there is no feasible way to manage the forest as the system is now and we are meant to keep losing millions come keep destroying the habitat as we saw in the fire and we are hamstrung and enable to do anything about it. the county stewardship program is
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